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Introduction to the lesson

This lesson will expand knowledge of the following contents:

Definite article

The definite article, the, is used to refer to a particular member of a group or class. It may be something that the speaker has already mentioned or it may be something uniquely specified. The is the only definite article in English, for both singular and plural nouns.

Indefinite article

An indefinite article indicates that its noun is not a particular one identifiable to the listener. It may be something that the speaker is mentioning for the first time, or the speaker may be making a general statement about any such thing. a/an are the indefinite articles used in English. The form an is used before words that begin with a vowel sound (even if spelled with an initial consonant, as in an hour), and a before words that begin with a consonant sound (even if spelled with a vowel, as in a European).

References

Terminology:

Protagonists:

Credits: the previous information has been extracted from the following Wikipedia articles

Introduction to the lesson

This lesson will expand knowledge of the following contents:

Definite article

The definite article, the, is used to refer to a particular member of a group or class. It may be something that the speaker has already mentioned or it may be something uniquely specified. The is the only definite article in English, for both singular and plural nouns.

Indefinite article

An indefinite article indicates that its noun is not a particular one identifiable to the listener. It may be something that the speaker is mentioning for the first time, or the speaker may be making a general statement about any such thing. a/an are the indefinite articles used in English. The form an is used before words that begin with a vowel sound (even if spelled with an initial consonant, as in an hour), and a before words that begin with a consonant sound (even if spelled with a vowel, as in a European).

References

Terminology:

Protagonists:

Credits: the previous information has been extracted from the following Wikipedia articles

PARA PRACTICAR

Definite and indefinite articles: the, a / an

Articles with Geographical Names Exercise 1

Articles with Geographical Names Exercise 2

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